Susanne Remberg - CEO
- There are two things making my day a perfect one: to get a new challenging client project on the 'route' and to learn new, surprising ideas and insights from the circle of people I am talking to daily. This variety of different input and demands - that is what really drives me in my job.
After my studies I have gained my professional experience in a wide scope of functions and industry sectors: With a start in a recruitment consultancy, over sales service and customer care for technical equipment, taking over the responsibility for strategic customer care and marketing for a financial service company to the function of a director within a marketing research and consultancy agency. I was lucky to accompany many clients from various industry sectors in B2C and B2B during my career already and looking forward to new ones.
When not being in 'business' – I still love going 'en route' to experience other cultures, attitudes and habits. And when scuba-diving I explore the surprising world of the sea inhabitants.
Mike Gans - Managing Consultant
- My most positive key term for my job is 'communication'. I enjoy to communicate with others, to meet new people and I am always curious what they have to tell. What kind of personalities are they, what makes them special, what do they like, what are they doing, what about country differences? And of course I also like to communicate myself – as communication never works in only one direction. My communication partners within my job are our clients – and their customers and consumers. It is most necessary to find out what really drives this latter circle. It is the basis to provide our clients with substantial insights for further strategic decisions.
Already during my studies I started to work in a market research agency. Early in my professional career it was clear that my heart is in the qualitative area with it's possibility to really get to know people – taking this knowledge combined with a useful database of numbers to recommend the next strategic steps to my clients. It is only logical that over different career steps within the past years I am now responsible for the qual sector in our company and member of the management board.
When not working I enjoy to meet my considerably big circle of friends – my private base of communication. But I am also what you would call a 'news junkie'. In our team I am usually the one having read or heard any news first as I am – of course – using all possible communication channels.